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By PAM SCHIFF Getting kids excited about reading and books is not as easy as it would seem. There are so many other distractions and diversions these days, as well as other activities vying for their limited time. Oak Lawn branch librarian Stefanie more
By BRANDON MAXWELL Since she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in June of 2009, Cranston resident and lifelong Rhode Islander Kathleen Crudele has dedicated much of her life to servicing and volunteering for people afflicted by the disease and their more
By JACOB MARROCCO Approximately 40 demonstrators protested at the intersection of New London Avenue and Sockanosset Cross Road Monday evening to challenge the city's Solicitation on Roadways Prohibited" ordinance. The protest was orchestrated by the" more
By JACOB MARROCCO When Robert Corsi was looking into potential careers 30 years ago, he explored a few different avenues. He took several tests, ranging from police officer to postal employee to mechanic. He chose to pursue that last field, and it has more
ASSAULT As the result of a disturbance at 54 Hope Hill Terrace on March 26 at 8:53 p.m., Officer Pariseault arrested Rebecca Anthony, 62, of 54 Hope Hill Terrace in Cranston, for domestic simple assault and domestic refusal to relinquish a telephone. more
By PAM SCHIFF & MERI KENNEDY On Sunday, March 12, approximately 100 people attended the Purim Carnival at Temple Sinai, under the direction of CRAFTY (Cranston Federation of Temple Youth) Rick Cohen was behind the idea and serves as Temple vice more
By JEN COWART Young adult readers love reading Rachel Vail's books centering on middle school and all that goes with it. Recently, the students at Park View Middle School had the opportunity to hear Vail speak, as she made a stop at PVMS on her book tour more
By TESSA ROY Local leaders and advocates gathered at the State House Tuesday to support legislation that would end marijuana prohibition in the state, claiming current policies only hurt Rhode Islanders. Conversation focused on a new report released by more
By JEN COWART The statewide DECA competition took place last week, and the students at the Cranston Area Career and Technical Center were well represented, bringing home more than four dozen medals, nearly 40 of them gold. Those students who medaled at more
One of the best Cranston resident Peter DeFazio was named the Outstanding Educator of the Year by the North Attleboro/Plainville Rotary Club on Monday night. Peter has been a special education teacher at North Attleboro High School for the past 18 more
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